Here are some resources in which teachers might be interested. (Originally compiled for the Texas Classical Association.)
The Government is not a Village Point by point, in a more ordered way, takes up the problems presented by It Takes a Village, reviews the reverse progress made by the author’s policies, and makes a few suggestions about how to proceed in a better way.
Learn at Home for Great Shalom Soup to nuts methodology for the home educator, meaning that this helps an educator ask ALL the questions in order to plan for ALL the educational needs of her children, rather than merely replicate government education without addressing special needs.
How to integrate Bible stories into wider curricula.
Workjobs by Baratta-Lorton (are several in a series) These are manipulative lessons designed inexpensively for an inner-city school
Montessori in the Home by Hainstock– standard do it yourself start
Nienhius – original standard, high-quality Montessori Equipment
Olaf – another source, American
AliExpress – less expensive Montessori equipment and not necessarily authentic or historically Montessorian
How to Start a Daycare/Preschool as a Mission – the book
Teach a Child, Change a Nation Online course, step by step in how to start a preschool, assuming you have an adequate place . Covers more than the book does